The project Musikalsk oplevelsesdesign (Danish for Musical Experience Design) develops and designs innovative experiences in the context of classical music and performing arts. Based on the work of three cultural institutions in the Øresund region, new concepts focusing on artistic and technological productions and products, and sustainable business models, are developed and tested. The project is co-funded by The European Union Interreg IVA ÖKS, Region Skåne, and project partners.
PROJECTS SPRING 2014
Through a collaborative design process, the Royal Danish Theatre explores how a relationship with gymnasium students and teachers can be developed. The aim is to create examples of how gymnasium student engagement could look like.
Through a series of workshops, the audience of the game-music concert Joystick is involved in planning, designing, and executing the concert in 2014. Primary partners are Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Terebi Ge-mu, and Malmö University.
Malmö Symphony Orchestra explores how the audience of the kids-concert can become more actively engaged co-creators. An app that encourages musical exploration and creativity is being developed, as well as concepts for how to extend the experience in time and space.
Copenhagen Phil explores the components of classical music through World Online Orchestra, an online tool that lets you experience Beethoven’s 7th symphony in a new way. Further developments include contributions from musicians, wherever they might be in the world.
Musik2Go and 60 minutes
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts – The School of Design will during spring 2014 work with classical-music concert formats Musik2Go (Royal Danish Theatre) and 60 minutes (Copenhagen Phil).